From post 14-03-16. Gordon Goldie, a tribute to his daughter.
I was up a lot of last night putting this together. Lots of tears doing it, but lots of smiles at the end too. These are some of Lynne and I's favourite pictures of Sarah. The music is quite nice too A wee tribute to our daughter showing her growing up from a youngster into a beautiful young woman. I cried buckets making this. I hope you enjoy :-)
April 10th 2016 Sarah's body was recovered from the River Clyde yesterday afternoon by George Parsonage and his team from the Glasgow Humane Society. We shall be eternally grateful to them. Her identity has been confirmed. Gordon & Lynne.
April 12th 2016 Sarah's friend Emma Dickson has set up a GOFUNDME page for donations to the Glasgow Humane Society in Sarah's memory. The video has had nearly 20,000 views so far. If everyone could please donate a couple of bob, that would be fantastic!!! Not only that, but please share this page far and wide and spread the message? The team from Glasgow Humane Society never stopped searching for Sarah for over four weeks in all weathers and it was GHS Officer George Parsonage himself who found her and brought her back to us. Boats, engines, training and lifesaving equipment all cost a lot of money, and maybe we can all help them out here?
These people are true heroes who receive only charitable donations. The whole world needs to know about them - so let's tell the whole world please guys and girls? Click GOFUNDME if you would like to donate to a good cause.
Huge thanks Gordon & Lynne x
April 15th 2016 Sarah's funeral will be on Wednesday 20th April, 3pm at Woodside Crematorium, Paisley, PA1 2NE. Family flowers only please. A retiring collection will be held in aid of the Glasgow Humane Society who brought Sarah back to us. If possible, we would appreciate if you could please avoid wearing black? Everyone is warmly invited to join us for refreshments afterwards at the Normandy Hotel, Inchinnan Rd, Renfrew, PA4 9EJ. Best Regards. Gordon & Lynne.
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